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. but it is a target-rich environment. and one of a million passengers can act out and you have to respond to it. >> chief parks, who exactly do airport police report to? are they part of the lapd? you said they had separate training. >> caller: by charter, they are the responsibility for the l.a. airport commission. so within the organization of the l.a. airport, you have -- in fact their homeland security was just recently selected to go into a very high level job within lapd. we just came from lapd as deputy chief. they work specifically for the airport. >> are you aware of any kind of tension between tsa officer and airport police at l.a.x.? >> caller: the tsa officer? i'm not aware of that. my understanding is there are thousands of employees and millions of passengers. i'm sure there's a conflict here or there. but i don't have a sense that there's not a very good working relationship amongst the public safety and homeland security people. >> law enforcement source tells cnn before the repositioning, airport police officers complained to the union about being board with the assignment of b
's precisely what you should be buying on the sluggish environment. they can increase sales regardless of the weakness in the economy and they buy whole baskets of stocks in the s&p 500 because they know the stocks will top the performance of anything else out there. i know the pattern seems ridiculously easy to game. things are sluggish so the fed will stay friendly so stay in stocks, but it is true that there's still some shock value to hearing how poorly things are really doing, especially when we hear more about upside surprises than downside ones from the companies themselves. however, that's just the way it's been and it will continue to be and it's why i keep urging you to stay in stocks, even after the off the charts segment with the fibonacci queen. i am telling you, you have to be able to book some profits. read my lips, do some selling. get ready for the next washington engendered swoon. they never fail to arrive on time. here's the bottom line, the pattern worked again. many people want to own stocks because they like that the fed has squelched the bond competition and then
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you about what the future is, if you look back at the elections. what they do say is the environment in the state or the geography matters. both of the environments have helped. >> and ideology matters. >> and competence matters. >> christie is a conservative on some issues. like abortion. but other issues that are important, immigration, the environment, he takes a more moderate stance. it's a story, in a purple state, a tea party candidate is going to be at a disadvantage. >> and hurricane sandy, his ability, what he did, obviously, we're now having the new york city marathon this year. which we didn't have last year. because of how he handled hurricane sandy basically determined his election. >> christie said, i asked him about these issues, he said, you know what you guys all misunderstand about politics, it's not about ticking off boxes on this issue or that issue, he said that, at the end, it's a personal judgment about your leaders. politics is personal. we'll see. it was an interesting analysis about what a leader is. >> we'll have to do that. >> talk about virginia for a sec
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, california, in 1982, in an environment that values a quick fix, he is a new teacher at garfield high school. that is wikipedia. here is rand paul. >> in the era of east l.a., in 1982, in an environment that values a quick fix over education and learning, escalonte was a high school teacher. >> rand paul was reading wikipedia, passing it off as if it is his own words. >> well, three more times in that same speech, rand paul repeated lines that came from the wikipedia entry for "stand and deliver." what do you make from it, guys, that he is relying on somebody, which is a questionable source to start with. >> he must have been relying on the speech, the government shutdown, that has had to import something else. maybe he could find perhaps of a higher quality if he is going to go ahead and plagiarize. >> thank you, do you have a thought? >> you know, social conservatives flock there, i am sure it must have been interesting hearing them listen to literature about -- that satanic hollywood being quoted to them as an example of the pathway forward. >> okay, thank you, guys, thank you, we'll be r
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in a different political environment someone is going to have to take the blame for this and the secretary would be the most likely person. the problem is, if the president replaced her in this environment, how difficult would it be to get anyone confirmed through the senate, vir cull certainty of republican filibuster, an opportunity to use this as kind of a way to lever annual more concessions from the administration. i think that is probably in the back of their mind. what you are seeing is understandably a lot of democrats nervous about the sign-up period, in particular, and whether it has to be extended. if people can't get through the website to boy the insurance, the idea of finding them, even though it's a fairly individual find for not having it becomes absurd. >> thanks, so much. all eyes will be on wednesday when the secretary does testify. that's for sure. let's go over to mikaela for all the stories making headlines right now. >> good morning to you at home, a somber day, massachusetts, a funeral mass will be held for colleen ritzer, the massachusetts teacher allegedly killed by a s
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protecting -- protecting the environment. we look forward to working with our colleagues in the senate and on the other side of the aisle to ensure that all the needs are met and protected. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker: the gentleman's time is reserved. the gentleman from alaska. mr. young: i yield whatever time he may consume to mr. walden. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. walden: chairman young, thank you for your help on this, chairman hastings as well and mr. grijalva, thank you for your comments. i want to thank representative defazio for his work on this, among many others. as was pointed out in 2012, this bill passed the house unanimously. i'm glad to see this legislation is once again before this chamber. the legislation is a collaborative effort between the city of primeville, the river conservancy and we worked through the confederated tribes among others. i'm grateful for their efforts in creating and moving this legislation forward this bill will create jobs in central oregon, will remove government red tape. this is a photo of bowm
to recreational sailors and releases contaminants into the environment. the cleanup effort was initially launched at the request of oakland police. the project is being paid for by epa and calrecycle. police are looking for this man who robbed a walnut creek yogurt shop for the weekend. police said the suspect from the cashier at the tutti-frutti yogurt shop off. blvd. saturday night just before 6:00. the suspect got away with a small amount of cash to the employee was working on at the time and no other customers were in the yogurt shop. the lieutenant j. hill says the employee did the right thing by not try to be a hero. the suspect is described as 5 ft. 9 in. tall with a medium build. he was last seen wearing a dark and it's what you're blue jeans a park tennis shoes a great baseball hat with a black bill and sunglasses. >>anny: new details emerging of family members of the alleged lax shooter tried to stop him. officials said paul ciancia's family in new jersey had notified new jersey local authority's would then contact a los angeles police. those officials then visited the suspect's home th
. >> not be careful. i mean, it's a challenging environment and it's not just us. you can look at any food company that plays where we play and it's a tough environment. i think part of it it is changing eating habits and part of it is center of the store customers are challenged to some extent and these brand have been around a long, long time and we look for a steady performance in the long term. >> a lot of people don't understand the center store and they may not understand. the notion of a secular change. people snack more. you are moving aggressively in the snack food business including new products that we just got. greek yogurt bars. >> right. >> can you outrun the center of the store, can you explain that to us and go to the snacking section where things are much better? >> we already made a big move there. as you know, next year the snack part of the business will be 25% of sales so we've made a very significant move over to that, and we think that there's going to be organic growth and obviously growth from the acquisitions next year out of that. having said that, we're not forgetting j
exist in a vacuum. there's a lot more complexity to the current political environment, which in many ways is the story of american politics in the tea party era. >> let's talk about the president. >> between syria, between the shutdown, between obama care, how are his approval numbers stacking up? >> record lows. >> the president's approval rating dropped five points. >> at an all-time low. >> is this more than just the second-term curse? >> if he goes below where he is right now, he's going to be in george bush territory and that's hard to come back from. >> the latest nbc news poll does, indeed, find that the president's approval rating is at a five-year low, and it is true that his popularity rating is hovering where george bush's was five years into his presidency. but there's an important distinction about where their presidency and where their parties are at. in november of 2005, with president bush licking his wounds from the spiral iraq war, the devastation from katrina war, the embarrassment of the harriet miers supreme court nomination, bush saw virginia as a place where he
that the security environment remains difficult and unpredictable. it seems to me how has this - u.n. inspection teams been able to cope with that problem? >> well, it is difficult and that's what i have not gotten to the two sites that you rightly mentioned at the beginning. those two sites can't be secured. the syrian government has been helping in providing that security. the u.n. has got some security in there. it's not over yet. and, you know, i don't know whether we'll actually get to those sites as long as the war continues. but that raises the other truly significant question. i am sure you and other people reading reports in rooent days have been just as horrified as i have been about the state of affairs as a consequence of the war. the people who were starving, the ememory eps of polio amongst children and so on. what is desparately needed it to build on the agreement that was reached on chemical weapons, and get that peace conference underway that is scheduled for about three or four weeks from now, and see if an end can be brought to the truly serious syrian problem and that's the c
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. basically said, i'm going to kill you. and the player felt he wasn't safe in his work environment. so to call somebody soft because they don't feel safe, you know, that -- you just really can't comprehend why people who actually think that way, unless it was them actually being bull bullied i'm sure they would feel differently. >> incognito was voted an agitator since 2009 he has been a dirty player, oftentimes on opposing teams. what personality traits do bullies possess and what do they zero in on their victims? >> in terms of personality traits to be honest, you probably don't find many specific personalty traits that will differentiate a bully from just your typical aggressive football player. you know in terms of why somebody might act that way, they might look for weakness in another player. obviously, in richie's situation he was a veteran player and again it's not uncommon for veterans to give the rookieless a hard time. -- rookies a hard time. jonathan is not a rookie, he's actually in his second year. so why was he continuing to berate this guy in his second year? that's to
and other organizations because they would have a platform, a safe haven, and environment, and more capabilities. it will be harder for them to fix the problems that they will be causing. facing terror is not only about military force. of course, military force is important. security forces are at the forefront of this. the developing of capabilities. destroying all this is necessary, but not enough. we need a sound structure. if there is indecision in the political structure this allows , for al qaeda terrorist to develop. we are working on containing al qaeda in iraq by enhancing social peace and finding constitutional solutions to problems. of course we have problems in iraq. it is a new democracy. it is a nation following a dictatorship. it cannot be without problems. many other democracies way older than ours are still facing problems. we have problems, but quite candidly these problems are , under control through the constitution. we may get angry, but eventually we reach a solution that is constitutional and that is adaptable. this is what you always see. you will hear voices
we should at this point say more guns in the airport environment, even in the hands of qualified individuals, is precisely what we want to automatically determine to do. jon: tom blank is the former deputy directly of the transportation security administration. thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. jenna: a judge is delaying the trial of former egyptian president morsi. he and other former officials are charged with inciting the killing of protestors in egypt. morsi was defiant in court today, interrupting the proceedings telling the judge he can't be on trial because he is egypt's true leader. despite the military coup that overthrew him in july. still a crowd gathering outside the courthouse today showing support for the now deposed president. we have the very latest on all of this. >> you might say deja vu all over again. a deposed egyptian president in court on a sham trial that was postponed for months. in this case, morsi is due in court in january. he had been held since july. we haven't seen him since then. he was taken into court. he looked healthy and he
? >> oh, yeah, it was really loud. you hear a sound like that in an airport environment and it's definitely not right. >> did you know right away it was shots? >> yeah, i think within a couple seconds or almost a split second everybody, you know, i was standing at the very back of the line and everybody dropped to the floor, and i mean, i think everybody knew right away it was shots. it's much louder and more abrupt than anything you hear there, so yes. >> what did you do then? >> i was at the very back of the line in the second screening area where all the other passengers were ahead of me, probably 150 people or so and everybody dropped to the floor and started crawling, crawling forward and i looked over and there was an emergency exit out to the exterior of the airport and i just thought i'm not going to be between the shooter and all these people and i just went right out the emergency exit and i just started running. i dropped my luggage or whatever and i just started running across the tarmac. i didn't -- i had no idea if there was more shooters or bombs so i wanted to g
a almost 60 minutes-like style environment and approached it like a journalist which is what i am by trade, they would take what i was asking and doing seriously. >> it was an approach to a tempt to get the truth from them and hopefully not have them dodge the difficult questions i was going to ask. it was only after a period of time after i showed this footage to other journalists and friends of mine that do make films said it's an intriguing story. when you go to talk to your brothers and sisters and other members of the community you should take a camera along. and i di did and it shaped up ta story i could tell. >> it's a fascinating story for you and your family. steve thanks very much for being with us here. >> thank you. steve's documentary, "open secret" will air sunday night at 9:00 on al jazeera america. >> fascinating non-verbal communication meets the fire of indian dance. they are moves to take decade to master we'll meet the revered pair of role not els mod modelss dance. >> audiences are intelligent ♪ >> now on one of the oldest dance forms in the world choreographed by so
. >> reporter: john now works in an environment where he's surrounded by food, the vice- president have programs here at the maryland food bank oversaw the diswiewtion -- distribution of 34 million pounds of food. the cuts in the program threatens to we out programs like this. >> the food has been distributed to people in need. it e question lents to $5 million. it erases the whole year. it's almost like we didn't do anything this year. >> reporter: the council impacts soup kitchens, shelters and emergency shelters, at a time when they're already operating at capacity. they're anticipating more cuts a congress prepares to take on the on going budget woes. >> at one time feeding the hungry wasn't a partisan issue. all of a sudden now current trends in washington is turning into a partisan issue and i think that's the problem. >> reporter: it appears the food bank will have to rely on more donations and volunteers, but it admits it may no longer be possible. jeff hager, abc2 news. >>> hunger advocates say lost in all this is the fact that children and the elderly are the main people served by food
and maryland department of the environment have rejected the developer's plans. >>> coverage of a big weekend in area high school sports. a preview of tomorrow's annual meeting of the midshipmen and the fighting irish. for these stories and more, read tomorrow's baltimore sun. and remember to look for the updated forecast from wjz's first warning weather team. >>> in tonight's school watch, a beautiful smile can be a costly thing. but for the city's only high school with a dental program, healthy smiles are free of charge. as gigi barnett explains, the school has a new lab to make students college and career- ready. >>> would you like foam gel or rinls some. >> reporter: for most dental assistants, this kind of hands- on help comes after high school graduation. but for these students in baltimore, they're getting it now. >> to go to a career school and get this type of education, this would cost you $20,000 and extra 11 months after high school. >> reporter: the classroom hare is a brand-new, state of the art dental lab. after a year and a half of construction, school leaders unveiled it toda
the ultimate health of the portfolio is a function of the broader economic environment. we need to be reminded when the government shuts down the default on treasury is threatened and in the economy performs worse and in the mmif suffers. hopefully you will have the opportunity to tell the other side of the story and share with us the history and more importantly where we go from here. thank you and i yield back. >> we welcome testimony of carol galante, the commissioner of federal housing administration at department of housing and urban development. she appeared before our committee on february 13 of this year. she needs no further introduction. without objection to her written statement will be made and part of the record. you are recognize. thank you for being here. >> chairman -- >> i do not think your microphone is on. >> can you hear me now? chairman, ranking member, thank you for the opportunity to testify about the insurance fund. first i want to be clear that while we would have preferred to avoid the mandatory appropriation these funds are not a bailout at a not a failure of the fha
a political point. i think i was trying to describe the environment that i found myself in. i am a pastor first and foremost. i'm not a politician. i am descriptive rather than prescriptive. so what i was describing was phenomena that i saw on both side of the aisle. i think, for instance, i made a statement, remove the burdens of those who are the collateral damage of this federal shutdown. most of my members were furloughed. i'm aware of the burden that is they have to bear. i made a plea for their not to be a delay in death benefits to the grieving families of our fallen warriors. i did that primarily because i have made scores of death notifications to next of kin as a navy chap plain for 27 years and i appreciate the incomprehensible nature of their grief. so i was praying out of pastoral concern rather than trying to make a political point. >> do you feel as though you were giveing a voice some somes those people who were furloughed or for military families then? >> i think a critical part of prayer is to lift to god the concerns and the need of the people you serve. so you are a vo
nomination for governor worth in 2014. what's the political environment? if the previous caller is right from florida, the affordable care act, obama care is the dominant theme, it's negative, then that would argue pretty strongly scott would get re-elected in all of the things being equal. if not, it might go to the other direction. host: let's turn to new jersey. the race wednesday with chris cristi seeking re-election. here's one of the latest ads by the christie campaign. >> i've been doing it 23 years never seen a governor up here before. >> he cares. he's not just going to do what he thinks people want to hear. >> the governor was doing what he thought needed to be done. e will doesn't take crap from no one. this is jersey, that's what we need. we were devastated. i don't think any other governor would have been able to do the job he's done. governor christie has our support. host: the question is not whether he's going to win but what percentage and who votes for him among the so-called reagan democrats or blue collar democrats. guest: i think he'll win by a big margin. i wouldn't pick
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of the day this was a superior candidate in an environment that very much favored democrats. >> jim, let me ask enthusiast, from outside of virginia not following the race close lui it makes no sense to me a libertarian candidate who run against cuccinelli whose conservative policies are pretty good. he was less than diplomatic in his book taking on social security, medicare, doing a lot of things saying man that's not smart if you want to get elected in america. yet a libertarian is pulling eight points from him. if the libertarian isn't in the race it would be much close center >> it would be much closer. cuccinelli has had baggage since the beginning on scandal coverage that had an effect on this race. >> why do the libertarians feel a candidate against one of the most conservative guys you can find in virginia. >> welcome to the republican party. that's the debate we've been having on capitol hill in most cases someone is never conservative enough and there's a difference between the libertarian strain of conservatism right now and even the conservative strain of the conservatism right
environment. they all thought that the fed was going to act and that interest rates were going to go up. over the next year, that's going to happen, right? so to me, the real question is what happens when interest rates go up? they're going to continue to be aggressive. so me, the important question is, if interest rates are going up for the right robe, which is the economy is coming back and confidence is coming back, that means that they are going to be aggressive in going after growth. it's a whole game of confidence. it's coming back. >> and just quickly, you're not worried about there being a credit bubble? >> you never know whether you're in a bubble until the very end. that's the problem with bubbles. it goes back to the fundamentals of those companies. the corporate balance sheets are in great shape. is credit flowing to mid corporates, to small businesses, etcetera, etcetera, and the answer is probably not as much as we would like to see. so, look, i think like any of those credit bubble is in the past, we need to be extremely careful about those. we all need to be very cognizant tha
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operating in a normal environment, that is where the republicans as well as the democrats were trying to make the law work instead of trying to destroy it, we would pass a bill in congress quickly that gave the federal government the ability to make sure that insurance companies didn't mislead their customers and that if they did, they were severely sanctioned and fined for it and the proper information was given to people. instead we have republican governors and legislatures doing everything they can to sabotage the navigators and others giving out correct information. >> the onus has been put on the federal government to get the website exchanges up and running. >> not just to get the website exchanges up and running but to give out a lot of the information because the states aren't doing it. >> in so many of these reds states there has obstruction in getting the exchanges up and running. in states where they are running we've seen success, in maryland an also kentucky. but we continue to push through this thing together. we'll let you go, sir. new york congressman jerrold nadler.
office because of various fears regarding partisan political environment, funding, a host of issues. are you more confident the system they have in place now, the folks they are bringing in, the outside consultants are going to have an easier, less thorny time unraveling problems with this website they would have had six months ago? it seems the climate around the aca was no less heated than it was preelection. >> there's no question they obviously have a better management in place, property back jeffrey zients, former director, quite capable, president is involved, getting nightly briefings on it. there's no question they have a more concerted focus and better management structure for getting this done. whether they will actually fix the website by the end of november remains to be seen because it is such a formidable task. that still remain to be seen. >> it is an exhaustive and thorough piece. thank you so much for report, "washington post." that you for your time. >> thank you. >> after the break, debate over the farm bill focused on how much to slash food stamps. lawmakers also
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feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment. >>> now it's time to clear the air. in september, 1964, two months after president lyndon johnson signed the civil rights act into law, senator strom thurman, candidate for president, who specialized in epic filibusters of civil rights laws and one of 21 democrats, plus 6 republicans, to vote against the 64 bill, quit the democratic party. he became one of only two republican senators to represent a southern state. the other was john tower of texas. when strom passed away in 2008, he was praised by congressman joe wilson, and senator jeff sessions as having helped to build the modern republican party in the south. thurman was one of the most famous party-jumpers in american political history but far from the only one. lots have done it. ronald reagan, judge jesse helms. lieberman became independent in 2001 and 2006. and arlen specter, the 29-year republican senator from pennsylvania became a democrat in 2009. which brings us to charlie crist, who this morning announced he will run for florida governor as a democrat. h
of playing and a lot of patience, we got them used to the environment and built simulators and practiced and practiced. >> quick question, who let the dogs out? is my first question. >> clever. >> he makes jokes. i always wanted to know -- second question. you don't have to answer that. >> oh, good. >> my second is more serious, you document how there's an emotional response from dogs when they see certain humans they recognize. is there any link there to why we as human beings feel so close to dogs? >> well, that's a great question. i've been studying humans for a very long time. there are certain parts of the brain that humans respond to when we interact with each other. so really the reason we're doing this is to try to figure out if dog's brains respond like humans in similar really do. growing up, my dog always knew when i was sick. it was fascinating. but here in new york city, i cannot tell you how often i'm on a run or even at a restaurant and dogs are treated like human beings, whether they're being strolled around in a stroller, whether they're being fed caviar or they're dres
... you can't help but see the good. (watch ticking) >> you know, in today's regulatory environment, it's virtually impossible to--to violate rules. and this is something that the public really doesn't understand, but you--it's impossible for you to go unde-- for a violation to go undetected... >> kroft: yes, that's bernie madoff saying it was impossible to do exactly what he did. but one man did try to tell the government what madoff wasp to. how long did it take you to figure out that there was something wrong? >> it took me five minutes to know that it was a fraud. it took me another almost four hours of mathematical modeling to prove that it was a fraud. (watic
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